Kevin learned the value of hard work at an early age by working on a family farm for many years. Neither of his parents had attended college. Both were determined that their five children would have more opportunities.
Thanks to his family support—and his own perseverance—Kevin Coluccio graduated from Seattle University in 1981. Before applying to law school, Kevin worked long hours in a cannery in Alaska, and then on a construction crew in Seattle.
At the University of Puget Sound—now Seattle University School of Law—Kevin learned a lot. He learned how to represent working people, instead of faceless corporations. He learned how to help people in a courtroom, instead of a boardroom. And he learned that by seeking truth and accountability as a personal injury attorney, he could create positive results—and help change wrongful behavior.
Kevin has dedicated his entire legal career to helping seriously injured people and their families get through the civil justice system.
“I am compassionate to my clients and committed to doing everything possible to bring them justice.”
Over the course of his legal career, Kevin has become one of the most experienced truck accident attorneys in the country and is one of only a handful of attorneys nationwide certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a Truck Accident Attorney. This is a prestigious certification that requires years of experience and success handling truck accidents. It also requires successfully passing a certification test.
While Kevin has obtained numerous multi-million dollar results for his clients, he is most proud of providing his clients with accountability and justice.
Kevin is a skilled trial lawyer and continues to attend trial skills seminars and events regardless of his years of practice. He is also proud to be a part of Trucking Injury Law Group, a law group that solely focuses on complex truck wreck cases.
Kevin is a graduate of the Trial Lawyers College where he trained under some of the best trial attorneys from around the country.
Kevin is a long-time resident of the Pacific Northwest. He is active in his community supporting various non-profit organizations.